Three year LL.B course
3 academic years, 6 semesters
A Candidate who has passed 3 years degree course or P.G.Degree from open or Deemed university recognized by and established under UGC Act, after prosecuting the studies in the pattern of 10+2+3+2 with regular studies at secondary & Higher Secondary Schooling (12th Std) is eligible for admission provided the candidate as obtained not less than 44.5% in degree or P.G.(39.5.% in case SC/ST candidates).
At the time of admission to LL.B (3 year) course the following documents have to be to be produced.
- Marks card of all the three years of the degree courses.
- SSLC mark card, PUC Mark card.
- Pass certificate (For non-Karnataka Students only)
- Transfer Certificate and Conduct Certificate from the college where the candidate last studied.
- SC/ST Caste certificates and Income Certificate from the competent authority in case of such candidates seeking reservation facility.
- Four Passport size Photos.
- Aadhar Card
- Migration certificate (For non-Karnataka students only)
- Photostat copies of all the above documents (except Conduct certificate) in three sets.
Note: Non-Karnataka students who are Appling to any of the above said course are required to obtain the Eligibility Certificate from the Karnataka State Law University.
- Constitutional Law- I
- Law of Torts
- Family Law-I (Hindu Law)
- Criminal Law-I (Indian Penal Code)
- English ( Compulsory for those who are writing examination in Kannada)
- Constitutional Law -II
- Labour Law I
- Property Law
- FamilyLaw-II (Mohammedan Law & Indian succession Act)
- Kannada/Kannada Kali for Non Karnataka students
- Labour Law II
- Law of Taxation
- Criminal Law-II (Criminal Procedure Code, JJ.Act, Probation of Offenders Act)
- Administrative Law
- Public International Law
- Human Rights Law & practice / Insurance Law
- Banking Law / Right to Information
- Clinical Course –I Proffesional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
- Clinical Course-II Alternate Dispute Resolution Systems
- Company Law
- Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
- Intellectual Property Rights - I/ Penology and Victimology
- Interpretation of Statutes & Principles of Legislation/ Competition Law
- Clinical Course-III Drafting, Pleadings & Conveyance
- Law of Evidence
- Environmental Law
- Intellectual Property Rights -II / White Collar Crimes
- Land law/ Law relating to International Trade Economics
- Clinical Course: IV Moot Court exercise Internships )